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MASACKSIC 1972 



EDITORS 

ABBIE COMPTON 
MITCH GUILD 
BOB FREED 
JANE ALTMAN 
NEAL WEBBER 
PEGGY CURRAN 
LAURIE BROWN 
LEE MADDEN 
CAROLYN TAPP 
JOANN FIMOGNARI 
NANCY MALCONIAN 
BEN ROSENBLOOM 
JON PLOTKIN 
KEVIN SHEARER 

ADVISORS 

MEL GRANT 
EDITH URWICK 
BROOKS JOHNSON 
DON LENDRY 



STAFF 

NANCY VIGNEAULT 
BRUCE FIELDMAN 
MARC ROBINSON 
KATHY WALBRIDGE 
STEVE BENNET 
LISA TOWER 
CAROL MADDEN 
JUDY COMPTON 
MIKE DUNN 
TOM PENDLETON 
MARY DWYER 
MIKE PEZZA 
JANICE DICKSTEIN 
APRIL MAZZARINO 
WENDY WEISEND 
CAROL JOHNSON 
PETER ELMER 
LINDA LAVIN 
KIM MURRAY 
DAVE BENNET 






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LONGMEADOW HIGH SCHOOL 

LONGMEADOW, MASSACHUSETTS 

PROFILE 

1972 - 1973 




LOCATION: Residential town adjacent to Springfield, Massachusetts, and Enfield, Connecticut; population - 16,000. 
High School located at 95 Grassy Gutter Road, between Bliss Road and Williams Street, 01106. 

TYPE: Public high school geared to college preparation; present enrollment, grades 9-12, 1365. Member of New Eng- 
land Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, Association of College Admission Counselors, and College En- 
trance Examination Board. 

PERCENTAGE CONTINUING: Approximately 85% of our graduates continue their education beyond high school; 
80-85% attend four-year colleges, universities, ana degree-granting junior colleges. Since our first graduating class in 
1957, these figures have remained quite constant. 

ADVANCED PLACEMENT AND HONORS SECTIONS: Students are placed in Advanced Placement and Honors 
sections by recommendations of teacher committees and results of standardized tests. These courses are offered in the 
junior and senior years to ambitious and able students. These courses carry the number — II; e.g., English 411, and 
are indicated on transcripts by the jk. Advanced Placement Courses are offered in English 411, U. S. History 311, 
Advanced Chemistry 41 I, Advanced Biology 41 I, Math 411, and French 411. Honors Courses are offered in French 
311 H, Chilton French 411 H, Chilton French 511 H, Math 311 and 412, Latin 311, English 311, and Physics 311. 

FACULTY: Average class size for the year 1972 - 1973 is 18.2. Eighty-two percent of the faculty has earned the 
master's degree or has done study beyond the master's level in a total of 70 colleges and universities; three have earn- 
ed doctorates. 

CLASS OF 1973 



DISTRIBUTION OF S.A.T. TEST SCORES: APRIL 1972 
176 of the 317 students in the Class of 1973 took the 
Scholastic Aptitude Test. Their scores are distributed as 
follows: 



IOWA TESTS OF EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT: 279 
members of the class took the I.T.E.D. in November of 
1971. The L.H.S. average is in the 99%ile nationally. 
Composite scores are distributed as follows: 





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6 


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4% 


601-700 


15 


10 


21 


10 


90 - 98%ile 


— 


19% 


501-600 


32 


27 


26 


26 


75 - 89%ile 


— 


22% 


401-500 


20 


24 


20 


29 


50 - 74%ile 


— 


30% 


301-400 


15 


25 


10 


23 


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25% 


200-300 


1 


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72% 

Two hundred and fifty-two members of the class took the combined PSAT National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test 
in the fall of 1971. On this test 5 students ranked at the 99%ile; 25 students ranked at the 95%-98%ile; 26 students 
ranked at the 90%ile to 94%ile; 58 students ranked at the 70%ile to 89%ile. Four students were Semifinalists, and 
twenty-three students were Letters of Commendation winners. 

MEDIAN CLASS 10: 1 16 on the California Test of Mental Maturity, Long Form Advanced Edition, administered in 
February of the junior year. 

CLASS RANK: Final marks in all regular prepared courses for which the student has received credit are used in de- 
termining rank. All members of the class are included in the rank list. In determining rank, the following values are given 
for marks: A=4, B=3, C=2, D=l, E=0. Junior and senior Advanced Placement and Honors courses are raised 
I; e.g., a B Honors equals 4. Pass/Fail courses and subjects dropped are disregarded. The class median at the end of 
the junior year was 2.447. 

STATISTICAL FOLLOW-UP STUDY OF THE LAST FIVE GRADUATED CLASSES 



Year 


No. of 
Graduates 


No. 
Degree 


Enrolled in 4-year 
i-Granting Institutions 


% of Total 


Cc 


* Total No. 
intinuing Education 


% of Total 


1968 


197 






125 




64 




188 


95 


1969 


265 






163 




62 




255 


96 


1970 


277 






174 




63 




241 


87 


1971 


268 






176 




66 




236 


88 


1972 


321 






198 




62 




267 


83 



Includes all Longmeadow High School graduates who enrolled in 4-year degree-granting institutions, junior colleges, 
preparatory schools, technical schools, business and commercial schools, nurses' training, etc. 



COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS IN WHICH MEMBERS OF THE CLASSES OF 1971 AND 1972 HAVE ENROLLED 



Alfred University 

Alma College 

American International College 

American University 

Amherst College 

Annhurst College 

Antioch College 

Babson College 

Barrington College 

Bay Path Junior College 

Becker Junior College 

Berkley School 

Boston College 

Boston Conservatory of Music 

Boston University 

Bowdoin College 

Bowling Green State University 

Bradford Junior College 

Brandeis University 

Bridgeport, University of 

Brig ham Young University 

Brown University 

Bryant College 

Bryn Mawr College 

Bucknell University 

C. W. Post College 

Cape Cod Community College 

Catholic University of America 

Centenary College 

Chamberlain School of Retailing 

Chestnut Hill College 

Chicago, University of 

Clark University 

Colby College 

Colby Junior College 

Colgate University 

Columbia University 

Connecticut College 

Cornell University 

Dartmouth College 

Dean Junior College 

Delaware, University of 

Denver, University of 

Drew University 

Elmira College 

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical Institute 

Emory University 

Endicott Junior College 

Fairleigh-Dickinson University 

Fashion Institute of Technology 

Fitchburg State College 

Fort Lauderdale University 

Framingham State College 

Franklin and Marshall College 

Franklin Pierce College 

Friends World College 

Garland Junior College 

General Motors Institute 

George Washington University 

Georgia College 

Grahm Junior College 



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Greenfield Community College 

Greensboro College 

Gulf Coast Community College 

Hampshire College 

Hartford College for Women 

Hartford Institute of Accounting 

Hartford, University of 

Hartt College of Music 

Hartwick College 

Harvard University 

Hobart College 

Hofstra University 

Holy Cross, College of the 

Holyoke Community College 

Ithaca College 

Jackson College 

Johns Hopkins University 

Johnson State College 

Kansas, University of 

Lasell Junior College 

Lehigh University 

Lesley College 

Lincoln University 

Livingstone College 

Lowell Technological Institute 

MacMurray College 

Maine, University of 

Manchester Community College 

Marietta College 

Mary Baldwin College 

Massachusetts, University of 

Mass. Institute of Technology 

Middlebury College 

Mitchell College 

Mount Holyoke College 

Mount Ida Junior College 

Mount Vernon Junior College 

Nasson College 

Nathaniel Hawthorne College 

New England College (England) 

New England School of Art 

New Hampshire College 

New Hampshire, University of 

Newton College 

New York University 

Nichols College 

North Adams State College 

Northampton Junior College 

Northeast Aeronautical Technical 

Northeastern University 

Northwood Institute 

Norwich University 

Notre Dame, University of 

Nova Scotia Agricultural College 

Ohio Wesleyan University 

Paul Smith's College 

Pennsylvania, University of 

Pennsylvania State University 

Philadelphia College of Art 

Pine Manor Junior College 

S&noelo C/. tJetocewa 
Ass't Principal 



Pratt Institute 
Princeton University 
Providence College 
Quinnipiac College 
Radcliffe College 
Reed College 
Regis College 

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 
Rhode Island College 
Richmond, University of 
Rochester Institute of Technology 
Roger Williams College 
Russell Sage College 
St. Anselm's College 
St. Francis College 
St. Joseph College 
Salem State College 
Siena College 
Simmons College 
Skidmore College 
Smith College 

Southeastern Massachusetts University 
Southern Connecticut State College 
Springfield College 
Springfield Hospital School of Nursing 
Springfield Technical Community College 
Stanford University 
Stephens College 

Stockbridge School, University of Mass. 
Sullins College 
Swarthmore College 
Syracuse University 
Tampa, University of 
Taylor University 

Thompson School of Practical Nursing 
Trenton State College 
Trinity College (Connecticut) 
Trinity College (Vermont) 
Tulane University 
Tufts University 
Tulsa, University of 
Union College 
Vassar College 
Vermont College 
Vermont, University of 
Virginia, University of 
Wellesley College 
Wells College 
Institute Western Mass. Hospital School of Nursing 
Western New England College 
Westfield State College 
Westminster College (Pa.) 
Wheaton College (Mass.) 
Wheelock College 
William Smith College 
Williams College 
Wittenberg University 
Worcester Polytechnic Institute 
Yale University 
Xavier University 

Coordinator of Guidance 




COUNSELORS: 



School Phone 567-3331 - Area Code 413 
Gladys C. Jensen Daniel P. Kane Alan R. Luzzatto Hazel R. Patten Kirby R. Thwing 

Guidance Phone 567-0631 - Area Code 413 

December I, 1972 





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— CLASS OF 1972 DEDICATION — 

IN MEMORY OF MAURICE SUHER 

TEACHER, COACH, AND DEVOTED FRIEND 

OF LONGMEADOW HIGH SCHOOL 

SEPTEMBER 1957 — FEBRUARY 1972 

FROM ALL OF US WHO LOVED 

THE "OLD BOY". 



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ACTIVITIES 
1971-72 



2 FRENCH CLUB /GERMAN CLUB 

3 LATIN CLUB/SPANISH CLUB 

4 AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE/ INDIAN EXCHANGE PROGRAM 

5 SUPPLY AIDS / LANGUAGE LABS / DROP-OUT CLUB 

6 GUIDANCEAIDS/OFFICEAIDS 

7 AUDIO VISUAL AIDS / STUDENT HOSTESSES / ARCHIE'S HELPERS 

8 KEY CLUB 

9 KEYETTES 

10 HONOR SOCIETY 

11 STUDENT COUNCIL 

12 RADIO CLUB /ROD AND GUN CLUB 

13 MATH CLUB /DEBATE CLUB 

14 FUTURETEACHERS/ FUTURE NURSES 

15 LIBRARY AIDS /HORROR MOVIE CLUB 

16 ECOLOGY CLUB 

17 GIRL'S SKI TEAM / LANCER BOOKSTORE AIDS 

18 DRAMA CLUB 

19 DRAMA CLUB 

20 "KISS ME, KATE!" 

21 "KISS ME, KATE!" 

22 GIRLS' CHORUS / GIRLS' CONCERT CHORUS 

23 LYRICS /MENS' CHORUS 

24 JESTERS 

25 POPS CONCERT 

26 BAND /ORCHESTRA 

27 OUTLET 

28 JET JOTTER 

29 JET JOTTER 

30 MASACKSIC 

31 MASACKSIC 



FRENCH CLUB 




FRENCH CLUB: ROW 1: M. Pezza, D. Havens ROW2; W. Weisand. K. Hoyt, ROW 3; Mr. Pot- 

vin. J. Hunt. L. Paradzick. K. Miller. A. Rosenkratz. A. Lapwing, Mr. Whitaker (Missing: H. 
Rappaport, G. Robertson, C. Madden. J. Cushman, S. Cohn, D. Wingard, E. Foley, A. From- 
er. A. Chapdelaine, C. DelVecchio. C. Cohn, M. Morharian, S. Bonchi, J. Lavin, S. Perkins, S. 
Winer, R. Paul, C. Bell, C. Guertin, A. Fromer, G. Chaput, C. Hayes, M. Scott, M. Markarian, 
H.Kane, S.Clark. L. Odentz. 



GERMAN CLUB 




FRENCH CLUB: ROW 1; E. Gloth. N. Pol- 
lard, ROW 2; D. Ingalls. L. Ferguson ROW 
3;S.OImstead. B. Mitchell. 




GERMAN CLUB: ROW 1; W. Brennan. J. Hoffman. S. Bacon. S. Newton. J. Folkms. ROW 2; Mr. Ostrander. K. Dodge. S. Beyer. B. Melhorn. R. 
Craig. 



LATIN CLUB 




LATIN CLUB: ROW 1; Lynne Walsh, Ann Spadoni, Sue Scott, Leigh 
Taylor. ROW 2; Johanne Dillon, Kim Murray, Laura Novitt, Joan 



Destephano, Kathy Bliss, Mrs. Dudley — Advisor (Missing: Cindy 
Hubley, Grace Murphy, Elaine Tougias, Cathy Caruso, Meg Riker). 



SPANISH CLUB 



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SPANISH CLUB: ROW 1; B. Goldberg, S. Beyer, C. Chidsey, Mr. McCarthy, L. Galpert, L. Polep, L. Walsh, B. Pollata, S. Scott, M. Kennedy. D. 
Labadie. 



A.F.S. & INDIAN EXCHANGE 



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A.F.S.: ROW 1; A. Hough, L. De Jesus, D. Labadie, M. McNally. ROW 
2; Mrs. Littlefield, N. Malconian, L, Pistrich. M. Guild. B. Reville, H. 
Aurbach, G. Genasci, C. Atamian. ROW 3; R. Dixon, L. LaBroad, J. 
Holzapfel, A. Howe, S. Stewart, B. Domiquez, E. Broman. ROW 4; S. 
Sunter, B. Munnich, B. Silverman (Missing; P. Epstein, P. Gushue. 
E. Kassanos, W. Weisand, R. Weston, R. Therrien, K. Guild, A. Riggs, 
C. Yacavone, P. Southworth, C. Cohen, B. Goodman, K. Sanford, E. 
Gloth.) 

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INDIAN EXCHANGE: R. Pavatea, J. Compton, K. Hessen. G. Genasci, D. Demary, J. DeClay (Missing; J. Tober. D. Brunton. L. Milesky. J. Wilk- 
inson. S. Alston. M. Schnitzer. M. Scott. L. Madden. J. Potter, C. Ahownewa. G. Yoyokie. E. Mutz. S. Titla, D. Houle. D. Gillis. B. Davis. J. Vivier. 
J. Wellett. I. Moran. 



LANGUAGE-LAB AIDES 




LANGUAGE LAB AIDES: (Missing; S. Sunter, P. Magnan, F. Janick, K. Mantha, M. O'Connor, K. Bliss, Mrs. Kennedy). 



SUPPLY Al DES & DROPOUT CLUB 



SUPPLY AIDES: LEFT TO RIGHT; R. Odentz, R. Cacciatore, C. 
Odentz, W. Rachele. 





DROPOUT CLUB: The members seem to have "Dropped Out" of 
the picture. 



GUIDANCE AIDES 




GUIDANCE AIDES: ROW 1; A. Spadoni. N. McGrath, A. Greenberg, 
J. Arenius, C. Verilli, N. Pollard, M. Jakobek, B. Munnick, E. Veiten- 
heimer, C. Havens, P. Dorman, C. Bliss, J. Mannix. ROW 2; J. Deste- 
phano. S. Alston, J. Aelen, L. Walsh. W. Schroder, S. Waldman, C. 
Johnson, B. Craaybeck. ROW 3; L. Tourville, A. Shoulder, S. Sun- 



ter. C. DelVecchio, L, Flood, K. Sibbach, P. O'Brien (Missing: D. 
Dwight, C. Siano, K. Nelson, D. Labadie, D. Cllmo. L. Connors, M. 
Maclure, J. Woodman, B. J. Lewis. P. Coughlan, D. Leonel A. Mack- 
ler, M. Kent, L Jackson). 



OFFICE AIDES 




OFFICE AIDES: L. Gloth, C. Hamilton. M. Hanigan, M. Harney, J. Mannix, S. Medalie, H. Rappaport. J. Sadow, J. Reardon. 



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ARCHIE'S HELPERS 



A. V. AIDES 





ARCHIES HELPERS: ROW 1; L. Hinchcliff, B. Grimaldi, K. Ashley, J. Laming, L. Gallerani. 
ROW 2; L, Bergammi, R. Cizek. ROW 3; Archie Benson. 



AUDIO-VISUAL AIDES: G. O'Brian, D. Havens. 
C. Meskus (Missing; Mr. Kusilias). 



STUDENT HOSTESSES 




STUDENT HOSTESSES: ROW 1; C. Atamian, K. Biggins, M. Thom- 
as, B. Hirschhaut, L. Gloth, K. Murray. ROW 2; R. Zundell, C. Bliss, 
L. Kennedy, S. Pistreich, M. Kent. ROW 3; J. Moone, E. Beoman 



(Missing; S. Budnick. S. Feldman. L. Picand, L. Lilie, Mrs. 
Anderson). 



KEY CLUB 




KEY CLUB: ROW 1; D. Stevens, P. Blakeman, J. Kitchner, G. Petroff. ROW 2; B. Axtel, R. Draymore. P. Gushue, E. Amatruda. R. Chase, B. 
Grayboff, C. Bronner, M. Vigneault, D. Welch. ROW 3; A. Freedman, B. Lavin. R. Chase, S. Craver, J. Sweitzer. J. Everding. T. Robbins, D. Bi- 
beau. K. Bachwitz. (Missing; H. Chase, R. Berg, C. Emma, G. Goldstein, J. Hart, R. Licht. M. Mescrue. B. Orr.) 







ROW 1; Mr. LeBlanc. S. Williams, J. Cogswell, J. Griffen, B. Bochino. D. Orenstem. ROW 2; N. Webber, E. Goldstick. J. Leavitt. K. Schneider, J. 
McKeon, S Whitney. D. Levitt. D. Levitt. J. Madsen, D. Quenin, R. Bird. K. Beachamn. B. Petroff. M. Mackler. B. Brennan. ROW 3; M. Morisi. G. 
Levine. H. Chase. H. Berman. W. Zenaty, R. Weidman, P. Elmer, P. Elmer. M. Dunn, B. Harrington. J. Moran. J. P. Welch. J. Rositer. B. Freed- 
man. K. Campbell. ROW 4; P. Gordonstein. J. Carney. A. Weiner, C. Shepard. G. Smith. P. Bridge. D. Jones. R. Gilbert. M. Barger. J. Reardon. 
P. Mackler, E. Cohen. C. Jones. M. Lawrence. S. Courson. (Missing; R. Dipippo. P. Harnois. S. Johnson, R. Thomas, B. Covalli. S. Young, R. 
Bennett. M. Pezza. K. Yaffe. M. Philbin. S. Holmes.) 



KEYETTES 




KEYETTES: ROW 1; C. Bachand, B. Palotta, L. Colton, L. Rappaport, K. Bliss, C. Atamian, J. Draymore. ROW 2; S. Rome, S. Feldman, S. Scott, 
L. Lavin, L. Pistrich, N. Pollard, S. Liden, M. Thomas, J. Steinman, ROW 3; J. Taylor, M. Fisher, L. Walsh, S. Budnick, L. Muller, L. Kennedy, M. 
Scott, D. Wingard, L. Webler, S. Stephan, ROW 4; E. Tougias, J. Sadler, A. Spadoni, J. Dickstein, E. Kassanos, J. Dillon, E. Gloth, R. Weston: 
(Missing; N. Mayock, P. Patner, L. Craven, B. Goldberg, J. Kossoy, R. Pacquette, J. Moore, D. Webster, B. J. Lewis, K. Tober, P. Southworth, M. 
Schnitzer, M. O'Connor.) 





HONOR SOCIETY 




HONOR SOCIETY: ROW 1; K. Pendleton, A. Lapwing, L. DeJesus, A. Alpert, J. Kitchner (Pres.), G. Laub (Treas.). ROW 2; S. Scott, A. Ruell, J. 
Sadler, E. Tougias, A. Hough, J. Dillon, J. Potter, K. Placzek, L. Michelman, N. Malconian, D. Bloom, C. Harris, A. Foley, L. Derrick, C. Zachari- 
an, ROW 3; J. DeStephano, M. Pezza, E. Lauterwasser, K. Hayes, L. Colton, K. Green, K. McNeil, D. Pratt, B. Reville. J. Vayer, B. Rosenbloom, 
R. Draymore, S. Mentor, R. Chase, C. Plowman, ROW 4; S. Beyer, L. Epsrein, H. Steinberg, E. Kassanos, N. Vigneault. V. Simons, E. Goldstick. 
S. Weiner, M. Harris, E. Kassanos, N. Kobrowsky, D. Stanford, J. Stoler, B. McGrath, R. Weidman, S. Young, A. Freedman. J, Resnick, J. Mc- 
Keon. ROW 5; M. Giles. S. Budnick, M. Dunn, D. Brown, D. Porowski, A. Jakobek, R. Paul, R. Cushman, R. Bennet, M. Schnitzer, M. Fergusen. 
J. Lavin, J. Musan, (Missing; H. Auerbach, B. Basset, B. Exely, H. Franklin, C. Gentes, S. Haag, D. Janes. R. Lavin, C. Leavitt, M. Levi, L. Levine, 
L. Madden, J. Paulson, S. Perkins, G. Petroff, B. Rigali, A. Rogers, L. Sarapas, R. Seigal, J. Smith, D. Southworth, M. Wender, M. Goldberg, D. 
Laberdie, J. Dickstein, R. Chereskin, J. Ezrin, S. Hooper, N. McMahon, B. Rush, K. Smith, J. Tober, L. Yanne, Mrs. Dudley, Mrs. Dolgin; 
Advisers). 





STUDENT COUNCIL 




STUDENT COUNCIL: ROW 1; M. Schnitzer, K. Placzek, C. Harris, F. Gironda, J. Tober, B.J. Lewis, M. Moran, R. Compton, M. Reid, W. Barton. 
ROW 2; Mr. Texeira, D. Southworth, S. Winer, G. Yerrall, J. Potter, K. Walbrdige, B. Exley, B. Cushman, C. Jones, P. Mackler. (Missing; A. Alli- 
son, B. Darden, J. Dunlevy, M. Frisbie, D. Bloom, K. Guild, M. Tougias, M. Barger.) 




Mr. Teixeria, Adv. 




Kathy Placzek, V.P. 
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ROD AND GUN 





ROD AND GUN CLUB: ROW 1; P. Fuller, V. Schermerhorn. ROW 2; 
T. Roberts. C. Odentz. Mr. Justin, F. Janek. 



RADIO CLUB: LEFT TO RIGHT; G. Robertson. C. Frueh. K. Strassber- 

ger. B. Felper. T. Nelson. 



RADIO CLUB 




RADIO CLUB: LEFT TO RIGHT; S. Shore, H. Hoyt. P. Staples. Mr. Griffin. M. Harris. 



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MATH CLUB 





MATH CLUB: ROW 1; S. Scott, M. Schnitzer, Mr. Griffin. ROW 2; C. MATH CLUB: ROW 1; Mr. Griffin. C. Laub, R. Medalie, H. Franklin. 
Laub, R. Medalie. 



IDEBATE TEAM 




DEBATE CLUB: ROW 1; P. Magnan, N. Riley, C. Bell, ROW 2; Mr. Gatchell, Mr. Lynch, P. Epstein, Mr. Gironda, B. Rush, M. Rush. (Missing: B. 
Weiss, N. Kobrosky, H. Steinberg.) 



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FUTURE TEACHERS 




FUTURE TEACHERS: ROW 1; D. Shapiro, M. O'Connor, L. Gloth, P. Magnan, Mr, Joly. ROW 2; J. Draymore, J. Ribble. S. McManus. L. Mc- 
Pherson, K. Cloutman. 



FUTURE NURSES 



FUTURE NURSES 
Mrs. Low 
Robin Goodwin 
Pat Woods 
Debby Demary 
Cathy Smith 
Ann Greenberg 
Theresa Marcoullier 
Sally Medalie 
Beth Pollard 
Bev Regali 
Cathy Sibacki 
Laura Tourville 




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LIBRARY AIDES 



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LIBRARY AIDS: ROW 1; P. Mulkin, ROW 2; L. Haring, Miss Baird, 
ROW 3; Mrs. Beachman, ROW 4; H. Kane, B. Bolduc, P. Woods, D. 



Debian, S. Sunter, R. DiPippo, ROW 5; R. Duclose, J. Dibiaso, M. 
Buscemi, S. Eisner, S. Perkins. 



HORROR MOVIE CLUB 




HORROR MOVIE CLUB: Jeff Polman, Mike Moorman, Mike Wol- 
kowicz, Tom Hurtle, Cliff Barnes, Steve Shore, John Rabas, John 



Ezrin, Bob Mottla, Bruce Felper, Jim Tourville. Advisors: Mr. Gulli. 
Mr. Simanski. 



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ECOLOGY CLUB 




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ECOLOGY CLUB: LEFT TO RIGHT; N. Riley. Mr. Woods, M. Riley, A. Alpert, C. Havens, Mr. Slate. (Missing; P. Dorman. L. Butterfield. J. Quim- 
by, J. Lafler, R. Smith, R. Crawford, M. Guild, M. Scott, C. Paul.) 




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LANCER BOOKSTORE 




LANCER BOOKSTORE: Sue Waldman, Mr. Lamarre, Sherrie Sunter. 



GIRLS SKI TEAM 




GIRLS SKI TEAM: Joan Welch, Carol Harris, Kiki Day, Debi Bloom, Kathy Placzek, Martha Moran. 



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DRAMA CLUB 



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DRAMA CLUB: LEFT TO RIGHT; B. Rush, J. Polman, J. Columbus, S. Bacon, L. Polep, Mr. Grant, D. Ingalls, M. Pezza, M. Thomas, S. Medalie. 




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GIRLS CHORUS 




GIRLS CHORUS: ROW 1; A. Greenberg, M. Harrington, P. McNeil, J. 
Haddad, E. Machan, C. Havens, M. Goldstein. ROW 2; M. Schnitzer, 
M. Fleming, C. Urstadt, V. Jarrett. T. Marcoulier, J. Haddad, P. 



Dorman. ROW 3; V. Vester, R. Robinson. C. Sanford, K. Smith. K. 
Ribble, M. Burns, B. Pollard, C. Baschwitz. 



GIRLS CONCERT CHORUS 




GIRLS CONCERT CHORUS: ROW 1; C. Bell. F. Levi. C. Guertin. C. 
Romell. D, Bergman. M. Scott. S. Klein. S. Medalie. ROW 2; L. Mull- 
er. N. Krug. A. Hochman. J. Mehrtens. M. Getzov. S. Urstadt. L. 
Finn. P. Magnan. P. Stevens. K. Cloutman. ROW 3; K. Tober. S. 



Gunderson. D. Gnppin. S. Huck. L. Leipham, C. Guild. C. Harris. S. 
King. ROW 4; G Penna, L. Ribble. N. Witholt. J. Benson. E. Gloth. C. 
Dierkes. C. Chidsey. J. Ribble. A. Lapwing. A. Riggs. 



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LYRICS 




LYRICS: ROW 1; S. Haring, D. Pratt, S. McManus, B. Reville, R. Weston, E. Foley, B. Benson, P. Mulkin, L. Haring. ROW 2; J. Benson, K. McNeil, 
H. Auerbach, W. Weisand, C. Lammers, K. Hoyt, A. Rogers, S. Nestel, B. Regali. ROW 3; G. Romell, P. Maglathlin, W. Zenaty, R. Medalie, S. 
Young, B. Rush, P. Elmer, M. Dunn, R. Wiedman. ROW 4; B. Gaudreau, J, Pava, M. Buscemi, S. Butterfield, P. Epstein, B. Weiss, J. Smith, J. 
Leland, A. Jakobek, G. Greenleaf, R. Hitz (Missing; K. Dodge, G. Elliot, E. Lauterwasser, B. Orr, K. Pendleton, C. Romell). 



MEN'S CHORUS 



MEN'S CHORUS: ROW 1; W. Zenaty, B. Gaudreau, G. Romell, 
R. Hitz, ROW 2; R. Medalie, J. Hoffman, P. Maglathlin, M. 
Dunn, ROW 3; J. Smith, R. Weidman, B. Corwin, D. Brown, A. 
Jacobek, ROW 4; P. Elmer, M. Pava, B. Rush, S. Young, K. 
Dodge. 




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JESTERS 




JESTERS: ROW 1; B. Mason, S. Clark. R. Paul. R. Sweitzer, S. Stothert. ROW 2; B. Lavin, S. Hamilton. B. Holloman. C. Epstein. D. Howard. K. 
Lawrence, W. Van De Water, M. Ferguson. ROW 3; J. Roberts. L. Orenstein, M. Kagan. K. Whiting, P. Southworth. J. Carney, N. Heywood. K. 
Lawrence. D. Wenning, J. Nolet. 






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BAND 




BAND: ROW 1; S. Stothert. S. Stephan. C. McCray, D. Stockham- 
mer, C. Haskins, B. Dixon, C. Dunlevy. D. Peck. L. Wekler, E. Cha- 
bot. ROW 2; B. Taylor, B. Chise. B. Dehanes. D, Garnflo, C. Freuh, 
B. Villeneuve, M. Jacobeck, B. Schweitzer, P. Marrod, D. D'Antonio, 



C. Epstein, D. Dunlevy, P. Millis. R. Barr, S. Shore. ROW 3; John 
Molhe, S. Aye. C. Urstade. N. Kassanos. M. Gryser. D. Leavitt. C. 
Gill, A. Davis, S. Perkins, J. Moser. C. Cervany. ROW 4; J. Calburn. 
B. Lavin, L. Orenstein. P. Staples. 



ORCHESTRA 




ORCHESTRA; ROW 1; J. Cushman. B. Taylor. B. Dixon. C. Lamers. 
B. Silverman. N. Petterson, S. Simon. R. Wiess. K. Smith. R. Di- 
Pippo. B. Lavin. H. Hoyt. H. Romell. ROW 2; B. Levitt. J. D'- 
Stephano. C. Laub. L. Fergusen, S. Stothert. R. Bussen. S. Eisner. 



ROW 3; B. Vecchiarelli. J. Waldron. 
Lawerence. I. Wemstein. G. Smith 
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M Kagan. P. Southworth. K. 
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OUTLET 




OUTLET: EDITORIAL BOARD; ROW 1; B. Munich, S. Beyer, J. Altman, M. Ladd, ROW 2; S. Mentor, J. Ezrin, J. Polman, B. Ferris, (Missing; A. 
Alpert, J. Kitchener, W. Tariff, N. Riley, R. Lavin.) 





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MASACKSIC: ROW 1; J. Dickstein, N. Webber, A. Compton, J. Altman, K. 
Murray, L. Tower. ROW 2; B. Fieldman, B. Freed, L. Brown, N. Vigneault, 
M. Dwyer, M. Guild, C. Tapp. ROW 3; S. Bennett, K. Shearer, W. Weisand, 
T. Pendleton, M. Dunn, M. Pezza, K. Walbridge. (Missing; C. Johnson, L. 
Laven, J. Compton, P. Curran, P. Elmer, J. Fimognari, C. Madden, N. 
Malconian, A. Mazzarino, L. Madden, J. Plotkin, J. Potter, M. Robinson, 
B. Rosenbloom). 



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1972 MASACKSIC STAFF 



EDITORS-IN-CHIEF: AbbieCompton 
Mitch Guild 



SENIORS: 



Jane Altman 
Nancy Vigneault 
Judy Compton 



FACULTY: Laurie Brown 
Lee Madden 
Mary Dwyer 
Wendy Weisend 

ACTIVITIES: MikePezza 

Carolyn Tapp 
Janice Dickstein 
Kim Murray 
April Mazzarino 

UNDERCLASSMEN: Joann Fimognari 
Linda Lavin 

SPORTS: Peggy Curran 
Neal Webber 
Kathy Walbridge 
Carol Johnson 
Tom Pendleton 
Mike Dunn 

ADS: Bob Freed 
Lisa Tower 
Marc Robinson 
Bruce Fieldman 

PICTURES: Nancy Malconian 

PHOTOGRAPHY: Kevin Shearer 
Dave Bennet 
Steve Bennett 

ART: Jon Plotkin 
Carol Madden 

ADVISOR: Melvin Grant 



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BUSINESS PATRONS 



LONGMEADOW HARDWARE 
477 Longmeadow Street 

CHESTER D. PAINE, INC. 

612 North Main Street E. Longmeadow 

THE SHOE BOX 

1236 Main St. Springfield 

VALLEY CINEMA 

20 First Avenue Chicopee 

HARRISON HARRIE'S 

20 First Avenue Chicopee 

ORCO UNLIMITED 

Gives thanks to the administration for 
keeping us in business 
RobOdentz Walter Rochele 

KIMMELL'S BAKERY 
810 Williams Street 

RADDING SIGNS 

130 Union Street Springfield 

STERNS WORLD OF FABRICS 
West Springfield 

CHASE GLASS 
Hancock Street 

ARTHURCOOLEY JEWELERS 
1210 Main Street 



BEAULIEU CHEVROLET 
Springfield 

BROADWAY OFFICE SUPPLY 
90-120 Tapley Street 

THE BATH SHOP. INC. 
538 Sumner Avenue 

THE IVY SHOP 
803 Williams Street 

ABE'S KOSHER MARKET 
907 Sumner Avenue 

CHAPIN SPECIALTY CO.. INC. 
1140 Main Street 

THE BEVERLY SHOP 
706 Bliss Road 

STACY'S CLEANERS 
55 White Avenue 

LONGMEADOW BARBERSHOP 
16 Bliss Road 

LONGMEADOW ARCO STATION 
711 Bliss Road 

STATE LINE FINE FOODS 

25 Enfield Street Enfield. Conn. 



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RAINBOW GIRL 
COAT COMPANY 



40 Congress Street 
Springfield, Mass. 

Mr. Bernard Freed 




RIDE ALONG WITH REITER 



REITER OLDSMOBILE, INC 



Sales-Service-Parts 

34 Sumner Avenue 

Springfield, Mass. 

734-6471 





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MCDONALD'S 
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Springfield, Mass. 

LUNCH FOR A BUNCH 




SURE AS SHOOT'IN YOU'LL FIND 
JUST WHAT YOU WANT 

SIDNEY BARON REAL ESTATE 

Residential — Commercial — Industrial 
682 Sumner Avenue 

Springfield, Mass. 
733-2276 — 733-7427 



I GET ALL MY SCHOOL SUPPLIES AT 



BLISS PHARMACY 



798 Williams St. 

Longmeadow, Mass. 

567-3359 



STATE LINE SERVICE, INC. 

Open 6 A.M. to 10 P.M. 

— S&H Green Stamps — 

1730 Longmeadow St. 

Longmeadow, Mass. 

NOTHING IS TOO BIG OR TOO SMALL FOR US 



STATE LINE POTATO CHIPS 



Wilbraham, Mass. 
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SMITH PHARMACY, INC. 



487 Longmeadow Street 
Longmeadow, Mass. 

567-3582 
567-5653 





LONGUEIL 

TRANSPORTATION 

INC. 

144 Shaker Road 

East Longmeadow, Mass. 

525-2344 



GOING OUR WAY? 







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MILTON BRADLEY COMPANY 

SPRINGFIELD. MASSACHUSETTS OHOl 413-525-6411 



BRIGHTWOOD HARDWARE 
AND HOUSEWARES 



BURT'S DISCOUNT HOUSE 



794 Williams Street 
Longmeadow, Mass. 



HARD GUYS LIKE OUR HARDWARE 



223 Memorial Ave. 
West Springfield, Mass. 



"I, can get it for you wholesale". 





BIG BOY 



Family 
Restaurants 

Always something 
Special Sor all 
the family 




...YOUR FULL SERVICE 
FAMILY RESTAURANT 




AT YOUR SERVICE 

Al Grimaldi Oil & Bruner Service 

295 Allen Street 
Springfield, Mass. 



Underwood Press Inc. 

34 Hampden Street 

Springfield, Mass. 

734-4012 









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DAY AND NIGHT ! 

WONDERFUL SKIING FOR ALL THE FAMILY! TWO DOUBLE CHAIR 
LIFTS, TWO T BARS, ONE J BAR, ONE TOW. LARGE, COM- 
FORTABLE LODGE, CAFETERIA, OUTDOOR SNACK BAR. FINE SKI 
SHOP AND RENTALS. LARGEST NIGHT SKI OPERATION IN THE 
EAST. SKI SCHOOL WITH 65 EXPERIENCED INSTRUCTORS. 
LESSONS DAY AND NIGHT. CONVENIENT LOCATION ... CLOSE TO 
MASS. TURNPIKE AND INTERSTATE 91. 

MT. TOM SKI AREA 

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YOU'RE ALWAYS A WINNER WHEN YOU BUY FROM 

HOLYOKE EQUIPMENT CO. 

109 Lyman Street 
Holyoke, Mass. 




PRODUCTS TO MAKE YOU FEEL BETTER 

MASSACHUSETTS WHOLESALE 
DRUG COMPANY 



Springfield, Mass. 



AFTER A LONG HARD DAY 

AT SCHOOL, BOY, 
WOULD I LOVE SOME . . . 

FRIENDLY'S 

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CREAM 



10 Bliss Road 

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732 Bliss Road 




CICIARELLI INSURANCE AGENCY 



United 

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Mutual (0 

OF OMAHA *** 

Ciciarvllt tnturonct Agency 




1160 Bay Street Springfield, Mass. 
ZOWIE! AM I GLAD I'M INSURED 




WE'RE POPULAR BECAUSE WE BABY YOU 

WITH GREAT SERVICE AND EVERYDAY LOW PRICES 

679 Bliss Rd. 

Longmeadow, Mass. 






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Ottani Tree Service Renders Its Service 

to the Conservation and Preservation of 

the Trees In Our Town 

OTTANI TREE SERVICE 

63 Homestead Blvd. 
Longmeadow 



SOFT AND CUDDLY 



STEIGERS 

690 Bliss Road 
Longmeadow 






F. L 

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Springfield 

WE'RE ON TOP FOR 
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At Winnies we're on top. 

WINNIES AUTO SERVICE 

410 Longmeadow Street 

Longmeadow, Mass. 

567-5987 

567-8009 



Let Bob Wiener Retire you. 

BOB WIENER TIRE CO. 

1179 Columbus Ave. 

Springfield, Mass. 

736-8357 




CENTRAL 
CHEVEROLET 

INC. 



675 Memorial Ave. 

West Springfield 

781-3400 

BE A CASA-NOVA AND BRING 
YOUR BROTHER-IN-LAW ALONG 




THE VERY NEWEST IN HOME IMPROVEMENTS 

Custom Kitchens 

Customs Baths 

Recreation Rooms 

Counter Tops 

All Aluminum Products 
for Your Home 



216 Armory Street 

Springfield, Mass. 

781-4770 



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WINCHESTER-LONGMEADOW 
AUTO SCHOOL 



807 Williams Street 
567-1580 



NEW ENGLAND 
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360 Main Street 

Springfield 

733-1115 

PICK-UP POWER 



ST. ANDREWS EPISCOPAL 
CHURCH 



Longmeadow, Mass 



LONGMEADOW COMMUNITY 
MARKET 

138 Longmeadow Street 

We deliver . . . 





CITY MOTORS 

730 Main Street 
Springfield, Mass. 

TAKE YOUR BABY FOR RIDE 



LONGMEADOW 
FLOWERS B 



708 Bliss Road 
Longmeadow, Mass. 

HELPFUL SERVICE WITH 
A SMILE 



PHILBIN STENOGRAPHIC SCHOOL & 
SERVICE INC. 

77 Maple Street 
Springfield Mass. 

YOU SAY IT. WE RECORD IT. 



ZUNDELL HARDWARE 

770 Main Street 
Springfield Mass. 
DON'T CRY — WE HAVE ALL THE EQUIPMENT 
TO SUIT YOUR NEEDS. 



GILBERT'S BOOK SHOP 

716 Bliss Road 
Longmeadow, Mass. 

A BOOK FOR KIDS OF ALL AGES 



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721 Worthington Street 
Springfield, Mass. 

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West Springfield 

1519 Dwight Street 
Holyoke 

319 Wells Street 
Greenfield 

84 Conz Street 
Northampton 

21 Fourth Street 
Pittsfield 

Est. 1932 



OLIVER AUTO BODY CO 



for perfect auto body and fender work 
"WE FIX-UP YOUR MESS-UPS" 





GREATNESS 

Orr Cadillac Inc. 

10 Mill Street 
Springfield, Mass. 



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Clothiers to Gentlemen 



A.O.White 
Bay State West 



MARTHA'S WEB 

305 Bridge Street (opposite Sterns Square) 
Springfield, Mass. 

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VARSITY FOOTBALL: ROW 1; Coach Robert D'Agostino, John Swietzer, Rich Chase, Paul Bitters, Jim Regan, Rob Suozzi. Jay Appleman, 
George Hopkins, Dave Southworth, Dale Janes, Rick Suozzi, Frank Yacovone, Mike Cassamasse, Harry Nutter. ROW 2; Bob Harington, Clyde 
Gille, Steve Haddad, Jim Warren, Bill Barowsky, Jamie Roberts, Steve Courson, Chuck Bronner, Hugh Mannheim, Evan Plotkin, Sonny Al- 
ston, Mark Distephano, Coach Tom Sawyer. ROW 3; Corey Odentz, Karl Schneider, Jeff Carney, John Cassamasse, Scott Aye, Mark White, 
Gary O'Golly, Dean Craig, Jeff Nissenbaum, Tom Magnani, Geoff Greenleaf, Coach Rob Brewitt. ROW 4; Jim Hart, Jim Duclos, Jim McKeon, 
Dick Jones, George Smith, Chris Shepard, Bob Mathisen, Ernie Taddei, Jim Moran, Charlie Emma, Bill Holloman. (Members Absent: Coach 
Norm Harris.) 



Longmeadow 




Opponents 


22 


Holyoke Catholic 


8 


44 


Trade 


22 


30 


Classical 


28 


6 


South Hadley 


35 


16 


Palmer 


14 





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Ludlow 


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22 


East Longmeadow 
Record: 6 wins, 3 losses 


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William Orr, Greg Petrides. ROW 2; Malcolm Frisbie, Jeff Olmstead, Brian Grayboff, Manager Ken Dodge, Coaches Ron Morissette and Bob 
Delano, Neil Kobrowsky, Rob Chase, Peter Hart, Mark Fieldstein, Joren Madsen, Mike Schnitzer, Neal Webber, Jackie Hart. (Absent; Rich 
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FRESHMAN SOCCER: ROW 1; John Chabot. Bob Comp- 
ton, Chris Gill. Howie Lincoln. Co-Captains George Fon- 
taine, and Gary DeStephano. Steve Yanne. Robbie 
Thomas, Craig Solomon. Steve Weitz. ROW 2; Bob Pe- 
troff, Steve Carnes. David Reville. Russ Dodge. Joe 
Cambi, Chris Whitney. Gary Kobrowsky. Coach Mike 
McCarthy. Jeff Folkins. Lennie Lammars. Joe Campa- 
nella. Dave Adriance. Jon Hjelm, Bruce Perkins. Jeff 
Claud, Andy Craver. (Absent; Jim Hoffman. Kevin 
Campbell.) 




Longmeadow Opponents 

3 South Hadley 1 

1 Classical 3 

2 Agawam 1 

3 Greenfield 2 
Northhampton 2 

4 Westfield 2 

West Springfield 2 
2 Minnechaug 1 

2 Ludlow 6 

3 Chicopee 1 

1 Holyoke 

2 ChicopeeComp. 5 
2 East Longmeadow 

Record: 8 Wins. 6 Losses 




JR. VARSITY SOCCER: ROW 1; Guy Rochford. Mike Sisitsky, Tn-Captains Mike Tougias, Aaron Davis, and Jon Wilkinson. Jeff Meader. Paul 
Ganelli. Steve Mehrtens. Bruce Gallup. ROW 2; Will Zenaty. Don Maki, Dave Gustafson, Dave Peck. Steve Williams. Jim Mills. Ned Chamber- 
lain. Coach Roger LeBlanc. Skip Whitney. Mark Morisi. Robert Pryblo. Jim Falconer. Carl Carrier. Mike Zeller. Steve Walbridge. Paul Bridge. 
Peter Maglathlin. (Members Absent; David Duys. David Rubin. Andy Weiss.) 








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Gary Yoyakie. ROW 2; John Havens. Kevin Sanford. Tom Pendleton. Mark Ferguson. Bob Melhorn. Bill Bocchino. Jim Lavin. Ron Smith. Jim 
Leland. ROW 3; Dave Bennett. George Levine. Howard Chase. Brad Stoler. Richard Coburn. Barry Beckwith. Roy Urdanoff. Howard Berman. 
Sean Troutner. Richard Pelmas. (Members Absent; BobCushman.) 



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Holyoke 


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16 




Ludlow 


47 




16 




Springfield Tech 


47 




26 




Southwick 


29 




21 




Agawam 


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ROW 1; Mary Reid, Celia Canavan, Jill Atamian, Laura Yanna, Linda Haring, Carol Johnson, Iris Preman, Gwen MacDonald. ROW 2;Caren 
Sibkan, Joan Robbins. Mary Alice Rooke, Randi Preman, Sue King, Marilyn Arenius, Melinda Kennedy, Jane Mirtins. ROW 3: Tricia Rooke, 
Ann Spadoni, Cathy Caruso, Karen Pendleton, Beth Pollard, Kathie Walbridge, Donna Pratt, Barb Reville, Nancy Arenius, Lynn Walsh, Jill 
Sadler, Gail Genasci, Vickie Simons, Mrs. Boyhjan — Coach. 




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Opponents 


72 


ChicopeeComp. 


14 


72 


Chicopee 


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52 


E. Longmeadow 


34 


39 


Northampton 


48 


56 


South Hadley 


30 


63 


Cathedral 


23 


44 


Holyoke 


42 


43 


Minnechaug 


63 


46 


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Record: 7 wins, 3 losses 


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ROW 1; Joann Haddad, Marie Welch, Chris Sanford, Becky Emery, Lynn Lucas, ROW 2; Jo Wulff , Margie Winer, Mary Beth Dooley — Captain, 
Peg Curran, Andrea Tindal — Co-Captain, Mary McKosker. ROW 3; Jane Goodman, Martha Jacobeck, Wendy Barton, Beth Wulff, Ann Marie 
Brunton, Norice McGrath, Meg Riker, Cindy McCray. (Missing: Sue Fisher). 



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nheim, John Reardon. Bob Petroff, Gary Solomon, Joe 
Campanella, Gary DeStephano. ROW 2: Jack Walsh. 
Phil Mackler. Bob Burnett, Joe Basile. Jeff Folkins. Kev- 
in Campbell. (Member Absent: Manager Rusty Dodge.) 



Longmeadow Opponents 

51 East Longmeadow 49 
56 South Hadley 52 
55 ChicopeeComp 59 

55 Northampton 63 
41 Westfield 63 

64 Ludlow 48 
63 Minnechaug 56 

56 Agawam 49 
54 East Longmeadow 63 
49 South Hadley 36 

65 Ludlow 53 

63 Minnechaug 49 

52 Agawam 48 

52 East Longmeadow 62 
60 South Hadley 55 

54 Ludlow 63 

64 Minnechaug 54 
60 Agawam 53 

53 Classical 50 

55 Monument Mt. 63 
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Jim Murray. Coach Fran Simanski. George Yerrall. George Smith, Dave Welch. (Members Absent: Peter Maglathlin, Scott Aye. Joel Janov- 
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Martin. ROW 2: Coach William McCullogh, Malcolm Frisbie, Mascot Rickie McCullogh, Wes Vandewater, Bob Compton, Harry Hobdell, Tim 
Daley, Tri-Captain Kelley Smith, Assitant Coach John Donahue. (Members Absent: Tri-Captain Jim Reagan, Dean Gifford, Chris Whitney, 
John Moran.) 









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Oponents 


2 


Technical 


1 


2 


Westfield 


1 


1 


Cathedral 


3 


1 


Chicopee 


4 


1 


Classical 


8 


1 


East Longmeadow 


5 


2 


Agawam 


4 


1 


West Springfield 

Ludlow 

West Springfield 


7 


2 


Agawam 


1 


2 


Chicopee 


4 


2 


Cathedral 


3 


2 


Classical 


7 


2 


Technical 


2 


3 


Westfield 


1 


2 


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Minnechaug 


2 


2 


Ludlow 


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Opponents 


45 


West Springfield 


18 


35 


Amherst 




16 


38 


Trade 




26 


35 


Granby 




24 


41 


Taconic 




17 


29 


Westfield 




22 


21 


St. Joseph 




28 


6 


Tech 




34 


30 


Pittsfield 




17 


35 


Quabbin 




20 


14 


Cathedral 




33 


44 


Classical 




20 




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WMhams DaveTein' SteveWolkowrtz Bob Sweitzer. ROW 2: Rich Dipippo. Ed Cohen. Charlie Jones, Jim Warren. Rob Math.sen Chrj » KeUy 
Z braver Capt Craig Stevens, Coaches Norm Hams and Tom Sawyer. Capt. Rob Chase, Russ Schwartz. J.m F,nch. Steve Knisely. Seth 
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Amherst 




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69 


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25 


61 


Taconic 




32 


50 


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45 


49 


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45 


47 


Cathedral 




48 


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46 


81 


Trade 




81 


48 


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47 


36 


Northampton 




60 


75 


Agawam 




19 


64 


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31 


52 


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43 


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Jeff Campbell, Rich Weidman, Steve Young, Curt Yaffee, Bill Neal, Capt. Brian McGrath, Marcus White. ROW 3: Coach Henry Detering, Peter 
Gordenstein, Brad Labroad, David Climo, Bruce Perkins, Mark Lockner. (Members Absent: Jon Wilkinson.) 



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SKI TEAM: ROW 1; Michael Grogan. Rob Thomas. Chris Gille. 
Scott Clark. Neal Webber, Jim Lavin. ROW 2; Carl Schneider, Rob 
Crawford, Mitch Guild, Skip Whitney, Joren Madsen, Coach Mi- 
chael McCarthy. (Members Absent; Hal Bosdekis.) 



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South Hadley 
Cathedral 
Agawam 
Westfield 
Holyoke 

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Northampton 
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Opponent 


Lost 


Wilbraham 


Lost 


Suffield Academy 


Lost 


Wibraham Academy 


Won 


West Springfield 


Won 


West Springfield 


Lost 


Kingswood School 


Lost 


Wibraham Academy 


Lost 


Suffield Academy 


Lost 


Kingswood School 




RIFLE TEAM: Doug Webler, Coach Ray Villeneuve, Tom Magnni, Bob Villeneuve, Dwight Havens. (Members Absent; Carl Abrahamsen. Joe 
Biegel, Henry Bogert, John Havens, Drew Mendes. Rob Prybylo. Pat Skrobanik, Scott Skrobanik, Joseph Thompson. Marc Rush.) 



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Neal Cutler, DaveOrenstein, Jim Levine, Mark Sandow, Coach Richard Seibert. 




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Opponents 


60 




Minnechaug 




70 


55.4 




Holyoke 




43.05 


62 




Cathedral 




65.1 


66 




W. Springfield 




52.35 


53.9 




Greenfield 




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63.15 




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61.25 


68.40 




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Hale, Kerry Hessen, Lori Perrault, Joan Robbins, Lynn Lucas, Celia Canavan, Joann Haddad, Miss Judy Gregory — Coach. (Missing: Andrea 
Tindal, Jo Wulff, Nora Mayock). 




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Opponents 




E. Longmeadow 


27 


31 


South Hadley 


28 


47 


Ludlow 


30 


30 


Minnechaug 


48 


46 


Agawam 


34 


43 


E. Longmeadow 


14 


36 


South Hadley 


47 


52 


Ludlow 


23 


22 


Minnechaug 


43 


49 


Agawam 


35 


22 


E. Longmeadow 


19 


25 


South Hadley 


27 


47 


Ludlow 


37 


33 


Minnechaug 


42 


54 


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Record: 10 wins, 5 losses 


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ROW 1: Leslie Derrick, Sheila Scanlon. Kathy Walbridge — Captain, Sandy Haag. ROW 2; Diane Denis, Amy Leavitt, Donna Pratt, Kathy 
Guild, Jennifer Smith, Carol Johnson. ROW 3; Carol Baker, Kathy Ferris, Karen Sipkin, Joann Reardon, Karen Barnes, Judy Cramer, Mrs. 
Segur — Coach. (Missing: Louise Locario — Co-Captain, Gail Genasci, Vickie Simons, Sue McManus, Mary Chittum, Debbie Dwight. 




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ROW 1; Eleni Klotsas, Carolyn Zacarian, Erica Broman, Sue Stewart, Liz Welch, Wendy Weisand, Elaine Gloth, Kris Yacavone, Amy Allison. 
ROW 2; Mrs. Kirkpatrick — Advisor, Louise Jackson, Linda Margolis, Jamie Kassoy, Sue Rome, Robin Paar, Laurie Leipham, Janice Dick- 
steien, Betsy Bassett — Captain, Beth Hirschault, Linda LaBroad, Molly Taomas, Kim Murray, Donna Stackhamer, Lynda Cline. ROW 3; Sue 
Lydon, Pam Martin, Ginnane Mayer, Rosemary Paquette, Roberta Chereskin, Bev Rigali, Robin Rothstein, Tina Danelowitz, Janet Taylor — 
CoCaptain, Sue Bonchi, Sharon Feldman, Mary Jo Markarian, Anne Reaves, Marie Welch, Kathy Green, Rose Sullivan, Pam Stevens. 



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VARSITY: ROW 1; Elaine Kasanos, Sue Fisher, Laurie Perrault, Laura Schmidt, Sue Keegan, Leslie Derrick — Captain. ROW 2; Mary Dwyer 
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Rooke, Chris Yacavone. Sue Budnick, Ellen Foley. (Missing: Heather Bewick). 



FRESHMAN: ROW 1; Cheryl Felper, Lori Jo Bills, Ann Hower, Janet Lyons. ROW 2; Ann Ramsey. Candy Myers. Sue Petterson. Candy Urstadt. 

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ROW l:Sue Waldman, Sue Kline, Linda Finn — Captain, Deb Webster, Gina Penna. 





VARSITY BASEBALL: ROW 1: John McKeon, Bill Exley, Dave Tranter, Tom Magnani, Paul Blakeman, Brian Grayboff, Rich Finestone. ROW 2: 
Ed McMahon, George Hopkins, Larry Duclos, Brice Craven, John Landers, Gary Petroff. ROW 3: Mark DeStephano. Peter Markell, Bill Duck- 
ett, Scott Aye, Jim Duclos, Jim McKeon, Manager Mark Mackler. ROW 4: Coach Robert D'Agostino, Manager Dave CI i mo, Coach J. Scarf pin. 



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FRESHMAN BASEBALL: ROW 1: Phil Mackler. Rick Gil- 
bert. Harry Hobdell. Gary DeStephano, Jeff Folkins. 
John Hjelm, Frank Maddox. Steve Cairns, Rusty Stiles. 
ROW 2: Coach Roger LeBlanc. Bruce Covalli. Craig Sol- 
omon, Kevin Campbell, Gary Petroff. Wes Atwood, Vin 
Cassamasse, Joe Cambi, Chris Kelly, Howard Lincoln. 
Coach William Martin. 




Longmeadow 




Opponent 


4 


Commerce 





8 


Chic. Comp 


15 


17 


Trade 


4 


3 


Ludlow 


1 


7 


West Side 


6 


4 


East Long 


3 





Classical 


5 


4 


Minnechaug 


1 


2 


Easthampton 


1 


7 


Palmer 


1 


2 


Ludlow 


5 


1 


Agawam 





14 


East Long 


1 


1 


South Hadley 


4 


5 


Minnechaug 


6 





Agawam 


4 


7 


Easthampton 


1 


3 


Palmer 
Record: 13 wins. 5 losses 


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J.V. BASEBALL: ROW 1: Dennis Kelley, Dave LaBroad. Mark Meserve. Bill Ricco. Paul Guttermann, Dave Gustafson. George Smith. Gary Sol- 
omon, Rick Licht ROW 2: Coach George Hart, Jim Duclos, Mike Magnani, Ernie Taddei. Ed Cohen. Mark Fieldstein. Robert McNair. Dale 
Hyman, Brian Durocher. John Fleming. Coach Skip Clayton. 



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Longmea 


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Opponents 


128 




Ludlow 


12 


60 




Southwick 


80 


71 




Minnechaug 


69 


71 




East Longmeadow 
Palmer 


69 


95 




Agawam 
South Hadley 
Record: 6 wins, 1 loss 


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FRESHMEN AND SOPHMORES: ROW 1: Gary Kobrosky. 
Steve Wolcowitz, Howard Berman, Jim Hart, Evan Plot- 
kin, Matt Leathern. Roy Urdanoff, Joe Fredette. Corey 
Odentz. John Morrissey. ROW 2: Jim Finch, Brad Rap- 
paport, John Harrington. Bill Orr, Dave Frank. Harold 
Alton. Dave Bennett. Steve Cimini. Steve Lafler, Paul 
Lewia, John Reardon. George Levine. Thad Anders, Jim 
Rossitter. 




JUNIORS AND SENIORS: ROW 1: Ron Smith. Rich Chase. Don Filkins. Mike Cassamasse. Mitch Guild, Matt Fitzgerald. Rob Cushman. Jim 
Curto. Jay Appleman, Jeff Gentes. Mike Zeller. ROW 2: Tom Pendleton. Kurt Yaffe, Kevan Fleming. Ray Fontana. Neal Cutler. John Havens. 
Bill Bocchmo. Bill Neal. John Hopkins. Peter Elmer. Alan Ziff, Chris Perkins. Aaron Davis. Paul Mulkm. Dwight Havens. Members Absent: 
Manager Dave Humphrey. Craig Williams. 



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J.V. LACROSSE: ROW 1: John Fontana, Mark Lawrence, Scott Johnson, Harold Burnett, Wes VanDeWater, Ned Chamberlin, Je;ff Mulvey, 
Mark White, Chris Shepard, Jon Kantor, Bob Melhorn. ROW 2: Coach Dave Stockwell, Mark Morisi, Bobby Sweitzer, Steve Yanne , Chris Gill, 
Buster Abbott, Leo Woods, Jeft Carney, Jay Michelman, Jeff Meader, Andy Craver, J. P. Welch, Paul Curto, John Nolet, John Coughlan, Dave 
Welch. Members Absent: John Krzyston, John Welsh. 



Longrr 


eadow 




Opponet 


10 




Amherst Coll. J.V. 


4 


14 




Hall High 


2 


3 




Hotchkiss 


6 


3 




Princeton Frosh. 


13 


14 




Monument Mt. 


1 


7 




Conard High 


5 


11 




SpringfieldColl. J.V. 


4 


10 




Trinity Frosh 


5 


11 




Amherst Regional 





7 




Deerfield 


5 


10 




Wilbraham 


5 


6 




Kingswood 


8 


10 




Northampton 


1 


8 




Suffield 


4 


12 




Lincoln Sudbury 


3 


6 




Newton 
Record: 12 wins, 4 losses 


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VARSITY LACROSSE: ROW 1: Manager Clyde Gill, Frank Yacovone, tri-captains Dave Southworth, John Sweitzer, and Dale Janes, Jeff Tober, 
Jim Regan, Greg Madej, Ted Robbins, Kelly Smith, Rick Suozzi, Paul Bitters. ROW 2: Coach Bill McCullough, Carl Schneider, Steve Haddad, 
Steve Courson, Paul Bridge, Jeff Greenleaf, Dick Jones, David Cain, Charlie Jones, Rob Mathisen, John Quimby, Harold Burnett, Scott John- 
son, Malcolm Frisbie, Manager Brian Rooke, Coach Dave Stockwell. Members Absent: Mike Barger, Mark Vigneault. 




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4 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

3 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

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Minnechaug 

East Longmeadow 

Agawam 

Tech 

Palmer 

Classical 

Amherst 

Cathedral 

Minnechaug 

Agawam 

Palmer 

Classical 

Amherst 

Cathedral 

14 wins, 1 loss 



Opponet 




J.V. TENNIS: ROW 1: Jody Vayer. Roger Bennett. 
Rick Berg, Ryan Kweller, Steve Dane. ROW 2: Marc 
Pelletz, Mike Dunn, Mark Ryerson, JoeCampanella. 
Dave Margolis, Andy White. Coach Michael Mc- 
Carthy. Members Absent: George Yerrall. Seth New- 
ton, Peter Greenberg, Dave Smrcka. Rich Weiss. 
Robert Cohen. 




VARSITY TENNIS: ROW 1: Randy Draymore, Glenn Baron, Dave Leavitt, Pete Maglathlin. Don Hacker. ROW 2: Rob Chase, Bob Mitchell. Cap- 
tain Steve Craver. Coach William Kirkpatrick. Members Absent: Marc Robinson. Howard Shultz. 



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Longmeadow 






Opponent 


5 




Greenfield 





5 




Agawam 





5 




Amherst 





4 




Minnechaug 


1 


3 




MacDuffies 


2 


3 




Agawam 


2 


3 




Greenfield 


2 


1 




Amherst 


4 




Reco 


'd: 7 wins, 1 loss 





GIRLS' TENNIS TEAM: ROW 1; Debi Bloom. Debbie Dwight, Kate Hayes, Jennifer Smith, Margie Grayboff. ROW 2; Lydia Asselan, Mary Mc- 
Nally, Vickie Simons (Captain), Barb Reville (Co-Captain), Louise Locario, Ann Riggs, Sue Smith, Coach Mrs. Littlefield. 



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J.V. GOLF: Alternate Steve Plummer, Mike Plummer, 
Kevin Sanford, Coach Rob Potvin, Steve Williams, Flint 
Lincoln. Curt Hayes. Members Absent: Les Steiger. 



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Simanski. Randy Barr. Bob Burnett. Peter Hart. 



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7'/2 


Agawam 




10 '2 


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4 r 


7 > 2 


Minnechaug 




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14 Vi 

7 


Palmer 
Westfield 




3'/ 2 
11 


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13 


Ludlow 




5 






14 


Ludlow 




4 






9'i 


East Longmeadow 




8 '/2 






10 ! ,'2 


Agawam 




7>/2 






9'2 


East Longmeadow 




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18 


Palmer 











12 


Westfield 




6 






9'/2 


Minnechaug 
Record: 9 wins. 3 losses 




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7 

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10 

8 

6 
17 

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11 

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E. Longmeadow 

Minnechaug 

Southwick 

Agawam 

Enfield 

Minnechaug 

E. Longmeadow 

Agawam 



Opponents 

13 

10 

22 

10 

1 

4 

2 

15 

12 




ROW 1: Kathy Horner, Tricia Rooke. Nora Mayock, Sue Fisher, Linda Williams. ROW 2: Jane Steinberg, Debbie Ditmar, Karen Aye, Debbie 
Fenton. Gwen McDonald, Randi Preman, Iris Preman, Donna Pratt. ROW 3: Miss Morin, Patti Goldstein, Lisa Galpert, Co-Capt. Carol John- 
son, Capt. Kathie Walbridge, Nancy Arenius, Lori Walker, Mrs. Boyajian. Missing: Terry Rowbottom, Alvira Gomez, Becky Hull, Margie Winer. 
Judy Cramer. 




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